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here's brian now with the news edge at 11:00 the. right off the top tonight the news edge starts in maryland where a bold pair of robbers strike again. the brazen team hit several liquor stores in prince george's county. the latest targets, two stores in charles county. fox 5's maureen umeh has details from our newsroom. >> new surveillance camera images show a woman who appears to be connected to the two male suspects. the trio is believed to be behind at least five armed liquor store robberies in two counties. >> apparently they came into the store. they were looking around, just sort of tarrying and bought a soda. >> the armed robbery happened the morning of 70th 2nd in the 6900 block of indian head and brians road. these are surveillance pictures of the two suspects. debra bakeir owns the liquor store. she wasn't there, but two employees and a customer were. >> they took the three of them into the back hallway here and
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set them on the floor and requesting where was the safe, where's the money? >> reporter: the owner says before the robbers could get anything another customer came in looking for the workers. the suspect ran out the backdoor. >> they had a gun. none of my employees were hurt. we didn't lose anything. so we're extremely lucky in that. >> reporter: that wasn't the case at country place liquors, a little more than a week after portside was robbed the store held up at gunpoint, too. an employee who was alone says he was tied up and forced into a freezer while the robbers took cash, lottery tickets and liquor. charles county police believe the suspects are the same and that a woman caught on camera is involved. >> this female was connected to those lottery tickets in that she tried to cash one of them. we got surveillance footage of her doing that. she's been linked to one of the robberies in charles county. she may have been a driver of a get-away carpet. >> reporter: a get-away car described as a white suv, the
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same type of car spotted last month after a string of liquor store robberies in prince george's county. police believe the suspects are the same. they say in each case two men posing as customers enter the stores shortly after opening. one of the men pulls out a gun and announced a robbery before tying up employees and stealing cash. at portside liquors the owner hopes they catch the suspects before the robbery spree turns deadly. >> i was lucky i wasn't hurt, but they have hurt people. >> if you recognize any of the suspects, call police. crime solvers is offering a reward up to $1,000. following breaking news in the district, police are on the scene of a multiple shooting in northwest. authorities say one woman and four men have been shot in the 1300 block of north capitol street northwest where we find fox 5 audrey barnes with the very latest. >> reporter: a call about shots fired came in 10 minutes after 9:00 tonight. when police arrived, they quickly became aware they were looking for a group of three to
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five males who opened fire on a crowd here. >> upon arrival of the units to the scene they found five adults suffering from gunshot wounds as a result of a group of gentlemen or individuals firing up in the block in the area. the victims were taken to a local hospital and treated. at this time one is in critical condition. >> reporter: the captain tells us the other four are believed to have nonlife threatening injuries. we did talk to a resident who lives in the very building in front of where this shooting happened. she told us that at 9:00 last sunday there was another shooting. she heard three shots and looked outside and saw a woman on the ground who apparently had been shot in that incident. we do not know if there's any connection. people living around here say there has been trouble here for quite some time. that's the latest from the 1300
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block of north capitol street, four men, one woman shot here a little after 9:00 tonight. one victim is in critical condition. >> audrey barnes, the latest tonight on www.myfoxdc.com. a thursday night football game between the baltimore ravens and cleveland browns helped police catch a pair of serial burglars. police arrested joseph baumgarten of pasadena, diana marketti of glen burnie. one of the items listed, a pair of ravens tickets. police showed up to the game, questioned the ticket holders, found they had bought the tickets from marketti. burglary victims in the neighborhood are relieved the pair is off the streets. >> it's great news. it happened very quickly. i think that's a testament to our police force. >> police say the burglars would break into homes in the daylight by knocking on doors to see if residents were home. they also began investigating -- got investigated in connection with up to 10 other
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break-ins. monitoring metro tonight, the transit agency being forced to display controversial ads in some of its stations. late this afternoon a federal judge ruled metro must allow pro israeli ads that equate muslim radicals with savages. fox 5's will thomas here with that. >> metro wanted to delay putting up the ads at least until november 1st because of safety concerns. metro's lawyer said look at the reaction to the ai-muslim movie in middle east. let's allow that situation to call down first. the judge said today freedom of speech takes precedent. glenmont, u street, tacoma, and georgia pave are the stations that -- avenue are the stations that will see thepro israel ads go up. it reads in any war between the civilized man and the savage support the civilized man. support israel. defeat jihad. metro has security concerns, even showed the judge a video we're about to show you of a woman defacing one of those
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controversial posters now hanging in several new york city subway stations. we have reaction tonight from the council on american islamic relations. let's roll it. let's roll it. >> the person behind these ads believes that hitler was inspired by islam and that muslim groups control information coming out of the cia. so that's the kind of light we're looking at this through and i mean if we think about it, she probably has less of substance to add to any conversation than jersey shore does. >> geller is a radical islam activist and although her messages are often viewed as hate speech, the constitution protects her. metro will comply with the court order which says the ads have to be up no later than 5:00 monday evening. new details about what went on in the obama administration right after the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate compound in libya. shawn yancy is everywhere at 11:00. >> the president's team reportedly discovered terrorist
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sightings the day after the attack. the national security aides and intelligence officials were divided how to move forward. it wasn't until post attack footage was analyzed days later that found impact angles suggesting gps devices were used to make direct hits. the very next day officials announced terrorists were behind the attack. american airlines says all of its grounded 757s will be in service tomorrow. the airline pulled 48 planes out of service to make repairs after several seats came loose midair on three different flights on three different days. 50 flights were canceled thursday, 44 today. american is now adding an experimental faa approved device that will hold a row of seats in a track connected to the floor. president obama touting a strong jobs report causing ripple effects in the race for the white house. new numbers show the unemployment rate dropped to 7.8%, the lowest level since the president took office. economists believe the jobs numbers will frame the economic debate and could prove critical to the outcome of the election.
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the gay marriage fight goes viral in maryland thanks to a scathing editorial and a psa from an nfl player. >> i'm ravens center matt birk. marriage is not easy. marriage is and should remain between a man and a woman. >> ravens center matt birk declared his position in an online ad after he wrote an editorial in the minnesota star tribune. his response is one month after his teammaker voiced his support for gay marriage. >> i'm a linebacker for the baltimore ravens. i believe we should be doing everything we can to make maryland families stronger which is why i support marriage for gay and lesbian couples who want to make a lifetime commitment to each other. >> he defended the right to stand against gay marriage and said the two get along fund. later this month governor martin o'malley will attend a fundraiser with him to support
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gay marriage. still ahead. >> it's frustrating, it really is frustrating. >> gas prices skyrocket and now some west coast gas stations have been forced to shut down. >> see this? a 5-gallon bucket full of stink bugs. you might imagine these homeowners not too happy, where there's a stink bug invasion. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00. 
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see that board at the gas station go up a couple of cents overnight is common, but 20 cents overnight? california gas stations could shatter the all time record average of 4.61 gayle this weekend. fox correspondent -- a gallon this weekend. fox correspondent jerry willis has more. >> reporter: the national average is now $3.79 gayle, the highest ever this time of year -- a gallon, the highest ever this time of year. the city of california has been -- the state of california has been hit hardest. the statewide average hit $4.56 friday. some gas stations now are charging record prices. >> $10 in gas doesn't even give me a 1/4 of a tank. so it's really out of control. it's almost five bucks a gallon. >> i got gas yesterday at 4.69. today i saw this at 5.69.
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>> reporter: experts say problems at refineries are among the factors causing soaring gas prices in california. a recent fire left one of chevron's largest refineries producing at a reduced capacity, the shortage causing costco to close some stations. there was a power failure at an exxon mobil refinery in southern california. a company spokesman said that refinery is back online, but some say it's too little too late. >> i ride my bike to work due to the increase of gas prices. they've been increasing, can't afford it. >> reporter: in california gasoline inventories are the lowest in more than 10 years. the situation is made worse by the state's strict pollution requirements which require a special blend of clean burning gas during the hot summer months. in new york jeri willis, fox business. they're back, those pesky stink bugs returning in a big way. you don't have to tell people
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near linden virginia. at kernos ball's home the stink bugs are everywhere. instead of enjoying his retirement he's cleaning up stink bugs, buckets of them. >> the whole neighborhood is covered. everybody up here has got the same problem. when i go in the garage through the backdoor there, i have to take my clothes off because i'm covered with them. >> he found a spray that kills about 20% of the bugs. in the meantime the usda says it, too is searching for solutions to get rid of the stink bugs. shawn yancy back with your fox 5 top five. >> up first tonight, brian, apple scores another victory. no. 5, still on the fence about the iphone 5? consumer reports gives the smartphone its coveted recommended badge praising the thinner lighter frame and extra screen space but says samsung's galaxy s3 is still king of the smartphones. no. 4, costco is getting into the fine art business again along with both toilet paper and trash bags. customers can add an original
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warhol or matisse. the warehouse club has sold two framed lithographs by matisse and a screen print by war hole at discounted prices -- warhol at discounted prices. no. 3, having problems organized up your pumpkin spiced latte at starbucks? starbucks insists there's no widespread shortage but has low supplies deuton frequent delivery. no. 2, more -- due to infrequent delivery. no. 2, more peanut butter concerns. sunland incorporated is recalling all products manufactured at its plants since 2010. no. 1, a new study finds offering women free birth control can reduce unplanned pregnancies and reduce the abortion rate. according to a study, unplanned pregnancies cost the united states a conservatively estimated $11 billion per year and that's tonight's fox 5 top five.
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>> cruising into the weekend we hear perhaps a little light in the sunday forecast. >> that's right, maybe. i'll just giving you that, putting it out there one of our forecast models backed off on sunday's rain a little, but it's only one, kind of like the political poll. they're all over the place. you look at one and see where the trend goes. there's a little glimmer of hope for sunday but not much. don't get too excited about a rain free sunday. i just don't think that will happen. here is the wonderful memorial out there tonight. it's been gorgeous, high temperatures today right up into the 80s, 83 degrees the high temperature for national today, dulles good, too. we've come down to 69 for national, dulles 65 and bwi marshall 67 degrees. let me show you the setup for the weekend. there is the potential for tomorrow to have a few late day showers. now it's not a rainout. i think by 3:00, 4:00, we'll start to see some ofs that move
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across the district. not everyone -- some of of these move across the district. not everyone will get wet. as this front pushes through, we'll get colder air settling in by tomorrow night. through sunday the cold air will be in place. clouds will come up over this frontal boundary with a wave of low pressure. right now it's looking like a good likelihood we'll have some very chilly showers sunday, not too bad tomorrow, though, 76 in the district. i'll show you the numbers across the area that we're forecasting for tomorrow, a little cooler north and west. clouds sunday, temperatures only in the lower to mid-50s. if we do end up getting good amounts of rainfall come through sunday and sunday afternoon, that temperature could fall during the day. here's your fedex football redskins cast. the game is at 1:00. it does look wet now. prepare for that and cold. if you're sitting outside with temperatures in the lower 50s and it's raining, that is definitely going to be chilly, raw and cold. temperatures will only be in the lower 50s. tonight we've had a few clouds
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back out west of us. we're watching the front get closer to us, significantly colder air behind this. this frontal system has been responsible for snow in the northern central plains and snow with the colder air all the way down to the denver suburbs. you can see the rain marching our direction. middle 50s tonight for culpeper manassas, upper 50s for dulles. tomorrow it looks like we start off with a few clouds, winds out of the southwest overnight tonight 5 to 7 miles per hour. winds tomorrow will gust with the front coming through 10 to 20 miles per hour. of course, chance for some late day showers. here in the district high temperature tomorrow will be up to 76 degrees, but if you're north and west, fronts coming through earlier, more clouds earlier in the day. so your temperatures along the i-81 corridor will only be in the mid- to upper 60s and here's your fox 5 accuweather seven-day forecast, a few showers late day tomorrow,
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chilly showers sunday, high of 54. monday looks gorgeous but cool for columbus day with a temperature of 61 degrees, tuesday sunshine and temperature of 66 degrees. so up and down weekend, but you need to enjoy it. remember sports may be one of the most important games for d.c. ever coming up this weekend. lindsay will tell you more. this is the verizon 4g lte sports desk with lindsay murphy. >> if you ask brian bolter, the most important game is being played right now, right, brian? the nationals now know who they will face in the national league division series starting sunday at 3:07, the st. louis cardinals. the nats have hit cardinals pitching very well this year outscoring them 43-40 in seven games and have won four of seven in the series. here's how st. louis got it done today. we start with chipper jones trying to extend his season before retirement. bottom 2nd, scoreless game. one on for david ross, lifts one high to left center giving
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the braves the early lead. top of the 6th, cardinals leading 3-2. they add another with a laser shot from matt holliday. cardinals up 4-2, but pay attention to this play. bottom 8, braves down three with runners on first and second. simmons pops one up to shallow left. the shortstop goes back for it and thinks he's called off at the last second. so the ball drops. the runners advance, but simmons is called out on the infield fly rule. check out the ump in the far left corner on the replay. moments before the ball hits the ground he signals the infield fly. braves manager not to pleased, comes out to argue, game put under protest and the fans are irate. the players are forced to leave the field. it was a 19 minute day. the protest disallowed. after the delay the braves had bases loaded, but jason mott got michael bourne to strike out. the cardinals celebrate their wildcard victory with a little
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champagne. first we hear from the braves skipper. >> i thought the shortstop had to go way out there to make the play on-the-fly ball. i think we got to take account of the crowd, 50,000 people yelling. i thought there was some miscommunication between holliday and cozumel from where i was and taking a glimpse of the replay. i thought we have a legit beef. >> i think the experience has helped us coming into a game like this. we played most of our last 10 games last year feeling like this. we have experience and i think it paid off. the other wildcard still in progress, the o's facing the rangers in the al wildcard game in texas. top of the 1st j.j. hardy slaps a single up the middle. nate mclouth scores from second. the o's have the early 1-0 lead. top of the 7th o's up 2-1. mclouth laces one into left field. robert andino scores in the 3rd. the o's hold the lead in the
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8th. if they win it's on to the alds against the yankees. stay with us. after the break county skins reclaim home field advantage? now is the time. we'll hear from players next.
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robert griffin, iii and alfred morse are tied with touchdowns and the team ranked first in the league for rushing yards for game. so you know what's expected when the falcons come to town sunday. dating back to last sunday, the
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redskins have not exactly owned home field advantage. if there's ever a time to get that back, it's right now because the next two games are home beginning sunday against the 4-0 atlanta falcons. >> if you want to be a playoff team, you have to be able to defend your home turf. all the great teams do it and that's the type of season and type of atmosphere you want at home. >> we got to play 60 minutes. we come off strong every game. we get a comfortable lead. we feel like we're comfortable. we have to put it all together and play the whole 60 minutes and hopefully come out with a win. have to give a shout out to good council beat dematha tonight. go falcons. we'll be right back. are you ready ?
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we can't afford four more years. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. we can't afford four more years. i"i'm not in favor of a a$5 trillion tax cut. that's not my plan." mitchell: "the nonpartisan tax policy center concluded that mitt romney's tax plan would cost $4.8 trillion over 10 years." vo: why won't romney level with us about his tax plan, which gives the wealthy huge new tax breaks? because according to experts, he'd have to raise taxes on the middle class - or increase the deficit to pay for it.
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if we can't trust him here... how could we ever trust him here? helps him deposit his checks. jay also like it when mother nature helps him wash his car. mother nature's cool like that. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. if you can believe it, a texas milk man is still making his rounds 50 years after he and his father started their business. jimmy foster has been a milk man since 1960, works six days a week, says he's never had a vacation. at his peak foster delivered more than 700 homes. he admits most of his milk is now bought from the grocery store but says his customers prefer the vintage milk delivery. one last look at the forecast. >> weekend is a split, 76 tomorrow, late showers and then sunday chill lane and 54. -- chilly rain and 54. >> as always thanks for staying up late with us have.
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